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VIICC Banora Underground - Depths of Judgement

Banora Underground is a cave in Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-.

Cave-ffta-icon Caves (洞窟, Doukutsu?) are a recurring type of locations found throughout the Final Fantasy series. They almost always appear as dungeons, save some rare exceptions.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Edit

I

Cave of Earth

The Cavern of Earth, where the first Crystal can be found.

In the original Final Fantasy, a few caves appear as dungeons, while others are home to special characters.

List of Caves:


Final Fantasy II Edit

II

PSP Jade Passage

Jade Passage, the way into hell.

Final Fantasy II also features several caverns, but all of them are filled with monsters.

List of Caves:


Final Fantasy III Edit

III

Gulgan Gulch

The Gulgan, a tribe of blind seers, reside at the Gulgan Gulch.

Final Fantasy III features several caverns. It's also noteworthy that the plot starts inside one.

List of Caves:


Final Fantasy IV Edit

IV

Lodestone Cavern

The Lodestone Cavern is home to the Dark Elf, who uses a magnetic field to stall intruders questing for the Earth Crystal.

In Final Fantasy IV, the majority of caves work as passages between other locations or paths to special areas.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude- Edit

FFIV-I- The Sealed Cave and the Cave of Eblan are the only accessible caves in this game.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIVTAY List of Caves:

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Final Fantasy V Edit

V

Pirates' Hideout

The Pirates' Hideout is home to Faris's pirate crew and Syldra.

In Final Fantasy V features a smaller number of caverns, which work generally as lairs.

List of Caves:

  • The Pirates' Hideout is home to Faris and her crew, and also works a dock for their ship.
  • The Jachol Cave is explored by many adventurers who seek to loot the relics left inside. It is later discovered to be an ancient way into Castle Bal.
  • The Underground Waterway is located in the forest near the Gloceana desert.
  • Ghido's Cave is home to the sage, Ghido. It is sunk after the first time it is visited, but can be revisited once the party has access to Xezat's submarine.
  • The Gil Cave connects Bal with the Big Bridge. It holds many treasures, but it is also home to the dangerous Gil Turtles.
  • The Great Sea Trench is an underground cave where an ancient Tablet can be found. In the epilogue, it becomes the resting spot of the Fire Crystal.
  • The Istory Falls hide a cave where an ancient Tablet can be found. It is also home to the summon Leviathan. In the epilogue, it becomes the resting spot of the Water Crystal.
  • An Unknown Cave works as the home for the mysterious Mr. Clio.


Final Fantasy VI Edit

VI

Nasrhe mines

The Narshe Mines' entrance.

The caves that can be found in Final Fantasy VI always appear as monster dens. Some caves disappear after the Apocalypse, while others are only made accessible then.

List of Caves:


Final Fantasy VII Edit

VII

Gaeas cliff4

The caves at Gaea's Cliff.

Few caverns appear in Final Fantasy VII. Unlike the previous games, the majority of caverns in this game are small and mainly house treasure.

List of Caves:

  • The Mythril Mine are an abandoned mining site that connects the Grasslands with the Junon Area.
  • The Cave of the Gi is an haunted cavern located behind Cosmo Canyon. It is an underground path through the Canyon.
  • Gaea's Cliff has cave-systems inside it.
  • The Northern Cave is the final dungeon of Final Fantasy VII, and actually goes as deep as the Core of the Planet, where the final battle takes place.
  • Lucrecia's Cave is Lucrecia's resting place, frozen inside a giant Crystal.
  • Several difficult-to-reach Materia Caves exist through the planet, and special breeds of chocobo must be raised to explore them.


Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Edit

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Final Fantasy VIII Edit

VIII

Fire Cavern 1

The Fire Cavern, Ifrit's home.

The only true cavern that appears in Final Fantasy VIII is the Fire Cavern, where the Fire-elemental Guardian Force Ifrit resides. However, there are two excavation sites that appear as dungeons in this game: the Centra Excavation Site and the late-game mysterious Deep Sea Research Center.

Final Fantasy IX Edit

IX

FFIX Ice Cavern

The Ice Cavern, a natural cavern overrun with everlasting ice.

Like the previous game, few caverns appear in Final Fantasy IX. Some of them are blocked in Disc 4.

List of Caves:

  • The Ice Cavern is a natural path between Dali and the lower lands of the Alexandria kingdom. This cave becomes inaccessible after Disc 3.
  • Gizamaluke's Grotto is a cave that connects Lindblum to Burmecia. It is the home of Gizamaluke, a draconic creature worshiped by Burmecians.
  • Gargan Roo is an ancient natural tunnel dug by Iifa Tree's roots which Gargants walk through. It was once used as a fast transport between Alexandria and Treno.
  • Fossil Roo is a wide series of caverns that, like Gargan Roo, is inhabited by Gargants that can open a path between the Mist and Outer Continents.
  • Mount Gulug contains a deep cave that works as a hideout for Kuja.
  • The Earth Shrine is a shrine built to house the Earth Mirror. It is located in a cave on the desert of the Outer Continent.
  • The Wind Shrine is a shrine built to house the Wind Mirror. It is located in a cave on a valley on the Forgotten Continent.
  • The Fire Shrine is a shrine built to house the Fire Mirror. It is located near Mount Gulug.
  • The Water Shrine is a shrine built to house the Water Mirror. It is located in cave on in the Forgotten Continent's coast.


Final Fantasy X Edit

X

Cavern of Stolen Fayth Entrance

The Cavern of the Stolen Fayth.

The Cavern of the Stolen Fayth is the first cave explored in Final Fantasy X. Several fiends can be found within, and deep inside is a chamber with Yojimbo's fayth. There is also a cave on Mt. Gagazet with submerged parts where only Tidus, Wakka, and Rikku can traverse, and the optional dungeon Omega Ruins.

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

X-2 Many new caves have been added since the sequel, with ones from the previous game returning.

List of Caves:

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Final Fantasy XI Edit

XI

Palborough-mines-pic

The Palborough Mines.

Due to the sheer size of the world of Final Fantasy XI, many caves are available for the adventurer to explore. Many areas are also partially cavernous, with other parts such as ruins inside of the area.

Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart Edit

Kuftal-Tunnel

Kuftal Tunnel.

Final Fantasy XI: Chains of Promathia Edit

Newton-Movalpolos

Newton Movalpolos.

Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan Edit

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess Edit

Final Fantasy XII Edit

XII

Henne mines

The abandoned Henne Mines are filled with fearsome beasts such as the Tiamat.

Four cavern zones appear in Final Fantasy XII:

Final Fantasy XIII Edit

XIII The Mah'habara Subterra is a series of tunnels dug by the fal'Cie Atomos in the land of Gran Pulse, once used as a mining facility, but after 500 years of human absence, it is now home to a series of resilient automata. It connects the Archylte Steppe with the Sulyya Springs.

Final Fantasy XV Edit

XV

Final Fantasy XV Cave

The party entering a cave.

There will be many caves on the map, some of them tricky to find. Caves will contain optional content, and reward adventurers with things like new equipment. Because caves are dark, enemies usually only encountered at night appear in them, making them often tougher than other areas.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest Edit

FFMQ The Wintry Cave is the only cave found in the game.

Final Fantasy Adventure Edit

FFA There are a total of five caves within the game; Cave in Floatrocks, Cave of Marsh, Cave of Medusa, Cave of Ruins, and Sealed Cave.

Final Fantasy Legend II Edit

FFL2 Cave of North is the first dungeon the player visits in the game. Both the Cave of Mountain and Cave of Light are visited on Apollo's World.

Final Fantasy Legend III Edit

FFL3 The Southeast Cave is the first visited in the Past. The caves serves as a optional dungeon filled with valuable treasures.

Bravely Default Edit

BD

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

TFFCC A cavern and cave appears as the FMS and BMS for several dungeon and battle themes throughout the series:

  • Dungeon*from Final Fantasy II
  • Crystal Cave*from Final Fantasy III
  • Mini-Boss Battle*from Final Fantasy Origins
  • Battle 1*from Final Fantasy III
  • Battle 1*from Final Fantasy IX

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